You've probably driven by the Mississauga City Hall and wondered why and how they came up with that design.
Black History Month is widely celebrated, but not everyone is aware of how prominent Black residents were in the Region of Peel (Brampton, Mississauga and Caledon) throughout history.
Development and population growth in the Greater Toronto Area during the 1950s and 1960s convinced many that the area required a large stadium to host sporting events and concerts.
The Crofton Villa was a popular spot in Cooksville, from 1922 to 1968. According to Kathleen Hicks' Cooksville: Country to City, the restaurant specialized in steak and chicken dinners.
The story of Meadowvale Village begins in 1819 when twenty-nine families emigrated from New York State and settled in this area.
Erin Mills Town Centre premiered their new glass sphere a few years ago, and it’s officially the new centrepiece of the mall.
When you think about historical buildings, you might think of such cultural landmarks as Toronto’s Keg Mansion or Mackenzie house, never realizing that truly historical buildings are really just st
Development started over 50 years ago in the late 1960s when the McLaughlin Group began to purchase the surrounding farmland, namely the Hodges, Hepton, McCauley and Davidson fa
Until the 1960s, the Region of Peel was composed of a variety of small jurisdictions, both rural townships and incorporated villages.
If there’s one thing every single Mississauga resident has in common, it’s an all-encompassing love for Square One, the vast shopping centre that first opened its doors in 1973.